# 2012 California Driver's Written Test

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• 1.

### "Seat belts are good on long trips, but I don't need them if I'm driving around town."

• A.

True. Seat belts are not required for short distances.

• B.

False. More than half of all traffic deaths happen within 25 miles of home.

B. False. More than half of all traffic deaths happen within 25 miles of home.
Explanation
Page: 18 in the California Driver's Handbook 2011 and 2012

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• 2.

### How old and what height do you have to be in a Child Restraint System?

• A.

Any child under 6 years old and a height of 5'6

• B.

Any child under 8 years old and a height of 4'9

• C.

Any child under 12 years old and a height of 3'8

B. Any child under 8 years old and a height of 4'9
Explanation
Children under 8 years old and with a height of 4'9" are required to use a Child Restraint System. This system is designed to ensure the safety of young children while traveling in a vehicle. It provides proper support and protection for their smaller bodies in the event of a collision or sudden stop. The specific age and height criteria help to determine when a child has reached a certain level of physical development and can transition to using a regular seat belt instead.

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• 3.

### How many inches away should you sit from an air bag?

• A.

12 inches

• B.

18 inches

• C.

7 inches

• D.

10 inches

D. 10 inches
Explanation
When sitting in a car equipped with an airbag, it is recommended to sit at least 10 inches away from the airbag. This distance allows the airbag to properly deploy and protect the individual in case of an accident. Sitting too close to the airbag increases the risk of injury as the force of the airbag deploying can be quite powerful. Therefore, maintaining a distance of 10 inches ensures a safe and effective deployment of the airbag.

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• 4.

### Side-impact air bags can provide extra safety benefits to children in side-impact crashes.

• A.

True. Children are always safe near air bags.

• B.

False. A child could be seriously injured.

B. False. A child could be seriously injured.
Explanation
Side-impact air bags can provide extra safety benefits to children in side-impact crashes. This statement is false because although side-impact air bags can provide some protection, they can also pose a risk to children. Air bags deploy with a lot of force, and if a child is in close proximity to the air bag when it deploys, they could be seriously injured. It is important to follow proper safety guidelines and ensure that children are properly restrained in the back seat to minimize the risk of injury from air bags.

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• 5.

### A child may be left under the supervision of a person 12 years of age or older.

• A.

True.

• B.

False. You must be 18 years of age.

A. True.
Explanation
According to the statement, a child can be left under the supervision of a person who is 12 years of age or older. This means that as long as the person is at least 12 years old, they can be responsible for looking after the child. Therefore, the correct answer is true.

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• 6.

### What does a flashing red light mean?

• A.

Speed up.

• B.

Stop and proceed when the light turns green.

• C.

You treat it like you would treat a "STOP" sign.

C. You treat it like you would treat a "STOP" sign.
Explanation
A flashing red light means that you should treat it like a "STOP" sign. This means that you must come to a complete stop and wait until it is safe to proceed. It is important to follow this instruction in order to ensure the safety of yourself and others on the road.

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• 7.

### What does a flashing yellow arrow mean?

• A.

Turns are permitted. Proceed with caution after yielding to oncoming traffic and pedestrians.

• B.

Slow down and come to a complete stop. Turns are not permitted here.

• C.

Come a complete stop and wait for the light to turn green.

A. Turns are permitted. Proceed with caution after yielding to oncoming traffic and pedestrians.
Explanation
A flashing yellow arrow indicates that turns are permitted, but drivers must proceed with caution after yielding to oncoming traffic and pedestrians. This means that drivers can turn in the direction indicated by the arrow, but they should be cautious and yield to any oncoming vehicles or pedestrians before proceeding. It is important for drivers to be aware of their surroundings and make sure it is safe to make the turn before doing so.

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• 8.

### What shape is a "DO NOT ENTER" sign?

Square
square
Explanation
A "DO NOT ENTER" sign is typically in the shape of a square. The square shape is commonly used for regulatory signs to convey important information to drivers. It is easily recognizable and stands out on the road, ensuring that the message is clear and easily understood. The square shape also helps to differentiate it from other types of signs, making it easily identifiable even from a distance.

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• 9.

### What shape is a "Yield" sign?

Upside down triangle
triangle facing downwards
upside down triangle
triangle facing downwards
Triangle
triangle
Explanation
A "Yield" sign is in the shape of an upside-down triangle or a triangle facing downwards.

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• 10.

### A "Yield" sign means...

• A.

Stop and wait.

• B.

Be ready to slow down and stop. Let any vehicle, bicyclist, or pedestrian pass.

• C.

B. Be ready to slow down and stop. Let any vehicle, bicyclist, or pedestrian pass.
Explanation
A "Yield" sign indicates that the driver should be prepared to slow down and stop if necessary. The driver should also allow any vehicle, bicyclist, or pedestrian to pass before proceeding. This sign is used to indicate that there may be other vehicles or pedestrians entering the intersection, and the driver should yield the right of way to them.

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• 11.

### You see a pedestian ready to cross the street ahead of you. What do you do?

• A.

Stop and let the pedestrian cross.

• B.

Speed up.

• C.

Slow down and then speed up as soon as the pedestrian steps onto the street.

A. Stop and let the pedestrian cross.
Explanation
When encountering a pedestrian ready to cross the street, it is important to prioritize their safety. Therefore, the correct answer is to stop and let the pedestrian cross. This ensures that the pedestrian has enough time and space to cross safely without any danger from oncoming traffic. Speeding up or slowing down and then speeding up again can potentially put the pedestrian at risk and is not a safe or considerate option.

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• 12.

### Right-of-way rules, together with courtesy and common sense, help to promote traffic safety.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
Right-of-way rules are designed to ensure the smooth flow of traffic and prevent accidents. By following these rules and showing courtesy and common sense, drivers can contribute to the overall safety of the road. Therefore, the statement that right-of-way rules, together with courtesy and common sense, help to promote traffic safety is true.

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• 13.

### What are things you should NOT do? (Click all that apply.)

• A.

Do not pass a vehicle that has stopped at a crosswalk.

• B.

Do not drive on a sidewalk, except to cross it to enter or exit a driveway or alley.

• C.

Do not drive on the right side of the street

• D.

Do not stop in a crosswalk.

A. Do not pass a vehicle that has stopped at a crosswalk.
B. Do not drive on a sidewalk, except to cross it to enter or exit a driveway or alley.
D. Do not stop in a crosswalk.
Explanation
The correct answer is to not pass a vehicle that has stopped at a crosswalk, to not drive on a sidewalk (except to cross it to enter or exit a driveway or alley), and to not stop in a crosswalk. These actions are prohibited by traffic laws as they can endanger pedestrians and disrupt the flow of traffic. Passing a vehicle at a crosswalk can put pedestrians at risk, driving on a sidewalk is reserved for specific purposes, and stopping in a crosswalk can obstruct the path of pedestrians.

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• 14.

### What color are the background of warning signs?

• A.

Yellow

• B.

Red

• C.

Blue

• D.

Green

A. Yellow
Explanation
The background of warning signs is typically yellow. This color is used to grab attention and alert people to potential hazards or dangers. Yellow is highly visible and stands out against most backgrounds, making it an effective choice for warning signs. Red, blue, and green are not commonly used as the background color for warning signs.

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• 15.

### At "T" intersections without "STOP" or "YIELD" signs, yield to traffic and pedestrians on the through road.  They have the right-of-way.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
At "T" intersections without "STOP" or "YIELD" signs, it is necessary to yield to traffic and pedestrians on the through road. This means that vehicles and pedestrians on the through road have the right-of-way, while those approaching the intersection from the other road must yield. Therefore, the statement "True" is the correct answer.

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• 16.

### Pedestrians have the right-of-way in crosswalks.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
Pedestrians have the right-of-way in crosswalks because they are considered more vulnerable road users compared to vehicles. Crosswalks are designated areas for pedestrians to safely cross the road, and drivers are legally obligated to yield to pedestrians in these areas. This ensures the safety and protection of pedestrians, allowing them to cross the road without the fear of being hit by vehicles.

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• 17.

• A.

A roundabout is a oneway street

• B.

A roundabout is an intersection where traffic travels around a central island in a counter-clockwise direction.

• C.

A roundabout is a normal/regular intersection

B. A roundabout is an intersection where traffic travels around a central island in a counter-clockwise direction.
Explanation
A roundabout is an intersection where traffic travels around a central island in a counter-clockwise direction. This means that vehicles entering the roundabout must yield to vehicles already in the roundabout, creating a continuous flow of traffic. Unlike a regular intersection, there are no traffic signals or stop signs in a roundabout. This design helps to improve traffic flow, reduce congestion, and decrease the likelihood of severe accidents.

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• 18.

### When you approach a roundabout, you should:

• A.

Slow down as you approach the roundabout

• B.

Yield to pedestrians and bicyclists

• C.

Watch for signs and/or pavement markings that guide you or prohibit certain movements

• D.

All of the above

• E.

None of the above

D. All of the above
Explanation
When approaching a roundabout, it is important to slow down to ensure you have enough time to react to the traffic flow. Yielding to pedestrians and bicyclists is crucial for their safety and to comply with traffic regulations. Additionally, watching for signs and pavement markings is necessary to understand the specific rules and restrictions of the roundabout. Therefore, all of the given options are correct when approaching a roundabout.

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• 19.

### When two vehicles meet on a steep road where neither vehicle can pass, which vehicle should yield the right-of-way?

• A.

The vehicle facing downhill must yield the right-of-way

• B.

The vehicle facing uphill must yield the right-of-way

A. The vehicle facing downhill must yield the right-of-way
Explanation
When two vehicles meet on a steep road where neither vehicle can pass, the vehicle facing downhill must yield the right-of-way. This is because the vehicle facing uphill has less control and stability due to the force of gravity working against it. By yielding the right-of-way, the vehicle facing downhill ensures a safer and smoother passage for both vehicles.

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• 20.

### What's California's "Basic Speed Law?"

• A.

The law means that you should always drive 10 mph under the speed limit

• B.

The law means that you should never drive over the speed limit

• C.

This law means that you may never drive faster than is safe for current conditions

C. This law means that you may never drive faster than is safe for current conditions
• 21.

### What's the maximum speed limit on most California highways?

• A.

65 mph

• B.

70 mph

• C.

55 mph

A. 65 mph
Explanation
The maximum speed limit on most California highways is 65 mph.

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• 22.

### Unless otherwise posted, the maximum speed limit is ______ on two-lane undivided highways and for vehicles towing trailers.

55 mph
55mph
55
Explanation
The maximum speed limit on two-lane undivided highways and for vehicles towing trailers is 55 mph.

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• 23.

### You must drive faster when there is heavy traffic or bad weather.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
You must drive SLOWER when there is heavy traffic or bad weather.

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• 24.

### You must drive in the right hand lane or in a lane specially marked for slower vehicles if:

• A.

You are towing a vehicle or trailer, or drive a bus or three or more axle truck

• B.

When there are less than 9 passengers in your vehicle

• C.

When you are driving alone in your vehicle

A. You are towing a vehicle or trailer, or drive a bus or three or more axle truck
Explanation
When you are towing a vehicle or trailer, or drive a bus or three or more axle truck, you must drive in the right hand lane or in a lane specially marked for slower vehicles. This is because these types of vehicles are generally larger and slower than regular passenger vehicles, so it is safer for them to be in the right lane where they can maintain a slower speed and not impede the flow of traffic in the faster lanes. Additionally, driving in the right lane allows for easier access to exits and entrances on the right side of the road.

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• 25.

### When driving within 500 to 1,000 feet of a school while children are outside or crossing the street, the speed limit is _____ unless otherwise posted.

25 mph
25mph
25
Explanation
When driving within 500 to 1,000 feet of a school while children are outside or crossing the street, the speed limit is 25 mph unless otherwise posted.

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• 26.

### What do you do when a school bus is stopped and is flashing red lights?

• A.

Come to a complete stop and if you don't see any children then you may continue driving

• B.

Speed up as soon as a child steps onto the street

• C.

Come a complete stop and stay stopped as long as the lights are flashing

C. Come a complete stop and stay stopped as long as the lights are flashing
Explanation
When a school bus is stopped and flashing red lights, it indicates that children are either getting on or off the bus. The correct answer advises coming to a complete stop and staying stopped as long as the lights are flashing. This is to ensure the safety of the children and to comply with traffic laws. Speeding up or continuing to drive without stopping can be dangerous and illegal, as it puts the lives of children at risk.

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• 27.

### You must obey crossing guards at all times.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
Crossing guards are responsible for ensuring the safety of pedestrians while crossing the road. They are usually stationed at busy intersections or school zones. Obeying crossing guards is important because they have the authority to stop traffic and guide pedestrians safely across the road. Disregarding their instructions can lead to accidents and endanger the lives of both pedestrians and drivers. Therefore, it is crucial to follow the directions given by crossing guards at all times to ensure everyone's safety.

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• 28.

### The speed limit for a blind intersection is _____

• A.

25 mph

• B.

15 mph

• C.

20 mph

• D.

10 mph

B. 15 mph
Explanation
The speed limit for a blind intersection is 15 mph because blind intersections are areas where visibility is limited, making it difficult to see oncoming traffic or pedestrians. By reducing the speed to 15 mph, drivers have more time to react and can safely navigate through the intersection, reducing the risk of accidents or collisions.

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• 29.

### An intersection is considered "blind" if there are no stop signs at any corner and you cannot see for 100 feet in either direction during the last 100 feet before crossing.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
An intersection is considered "blind" if there are no stop signs at any corner and visibility is limited to 100 feet in either direction during the last 100 feet before crossing. This means that drivers approaching the intersection cannot see oncoming traffic until they are very close to the intersection, increasing the risk of accidents. Therefore, the statement is true.

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• 30.

### The speed limit in any alley is 10 mph.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
The speed limit is 15 mph.

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• 31.

### The speed limit is ______ mph within _____ feet of a railroad crossing where you cannot see the tracks for _____ feet in both directions.

15 100 400
15100400
15, 100, 400
15, 100, and 400
15, 100, & 400
15 100 and 400
15 100 & 400
Explanation
The speed limit is 15 mph within 100 feet of a railroad crossing where you cannot see the tracks for 400 feet in both directions.

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• 32.

### You can go under or around a lowered gate if you know you can make it before the train arrives.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
NEVER go under or around a lowered gate whether or not you think you can make it.

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• 33.

### What is the speed limit in business or residential districts?

• A.

20 mph

• B.

15 mph

• C.

25 mph

• D.

30 mph

C. 25 mph
Explanation
The correct answer is 25 mph. In business or residential districts, the speed limit is generally set at 25 mph. This is to ensure the safety of pedestrians and other vehicles in areas where there is a higher concentration of people and buildings. By adhering to the speed limit, drivers can reduce the risk of accidents and potential harm to others.

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• 34.

### If you see a stray animal sitting in the road at night, what should you do?

• A.

Swerve onto the other side of the road so you won't hit it.

• B.

Run it over because you don't have time to stop.

• C.

Slow down and drive around it, if it is safe.

C. Slow down and drive around it, if it is safe.
Explanation
If you see a stray animal sitting in the road at night, the correct action to take is to slow down and drive around it, if it is safe. Swerving onto the other side of the road can be dangerous and may cause a collision with another vehicle. Running over the animal is cruel and unethical. Slowing down and driving around the animal allows you to avoid hitting it while still maintaining control of your vehicle and ensuring your safety as well as the safety of other drivers on the road.

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• 35.

### You may NOT pass a vehicle over broken yellow lines.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
You may pass if the yellow lines are broken up. However, if the lines are solid then you may not pass.

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• 36.

### What are carpool lanes used for?

• A.

Carpools, buses, bicycles, or decaled low-emission vehicles

• B.

Carpools, trains, motorcycles or decaled low-emission vehicles

• C.

Carpools, buses, motorcycles or decaled low-emission vehicles

• D.

Carpools, buses, motorcycles, bicycles, or decaled low-emission vehicles

C. Carpools, buses, motorcycles or decaled low-emission vehicles
Explanation
Carpool lanes are designated lanes on highways that are reserved for vehicles carrying multiple occupants, such as carpoolers, buses, motorcycles, or low-emission vehicles with special decals. These lanes are meant to promote ridesharing and reduce traffic congestion by providing a faster and more efficient route for vehicles with multiple occupants or eco-friendly vehicles.

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• 37.

### A center left turn lane is located in the middle of a two-way street and is marked on both sides by two painted lines.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
A center left turn lane is indeed located in the middle of a two-way street and is marked on both sides by two painted lines. This lane is designed to provide a safe space for vehicles to wait while making a left turn, separate from the flow of traffic in the adjacent lanes.

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• 38.

### You may only drive for ____ feet in the center left turn lane.

• A.

200

• B.

100

• C.

300

A. 200
Explanation
You may only drive for 200 feet in the center left turn lane.

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• 39.

### To turn left from the center left turn lane, you should:

Signal, look over your shoulder, and drive completely inside the center left turn lane
Signal, look over your shoulder, and drive completely into the lane
Signal, look over your shoulder, and drive into the center left turn lane
Signal, look over your shoulder, and drive completely inside of the lane
Signal, look over your shoulder and drive completely inside of the lane
Signal, look over your shoulder, and drive into the lane
Explanation
To turn left from the center left turn lane, you should signal to indicate your intention to turn left. Then, you should look over your shoulder to check for any approaching vehicles or pedestrians. Finally, you should drive completely inside the center left turn lane or into the lane, depending on the specific road markings and traffic conditions. This ensures that you are safely positioned for making the left turn without obstructing the flow of traffic in other lanes.

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• 40.

### You are driving slowly on a two-lane highway or road where passing is unsafe, and five or more vehicles are following you.  What do you do?

• A.

Drive into a turnout area or lane to let the vehicles pass

• B.

Drive faster

• C.

A. Drive into a turnout area or lane to let the vehicles pass
Explanation
Driving into a turnout area or lane to let the vehicles pass is the correct answer because it is the safest and most considerate option. By pulling over and allowing the vehicles behind to pass, you are reducing the risk of a potential accident or road rage. Additionally, it is important to be mindful of other drivers on the road and show courtesy by allowing them to proceed if they are in a hurry or need to pass.

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• 41.

### What are sharrows used for?

• A.

To remind motorists that there is a stop sign ahead

• B.

To remind motorists that a motorcycle is approaching

• C.

To remind motorists that bicyclists are allowed to lawfully use this portion of a lane

C. To remind motorists that bicyclists are allowed to lawfully use this portion of a lane
Explanation
Sharrows, also known as shared lane markings, are used to remind motorists that bicyclists are allowed to lawfully use this portion of a lane. They indicate that bicyclists and motorists should share the road and that bicyclists have the right to use the full lane if necessary. Sharrows help increase awareness and visibility of bicyclists, promoting safer interactions between motorists and cyclists on the road.

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• 42.

### When you are making a right turn and are within ____ feet of the corner or other driveway entrance, you must enter the _____ lane only after ensuring there is no oncoming ______ traffic, and then make the turn.

• A.

100, bicycle, bicycle

• B.

200, bicycle, bicycle

• C.

300, carpools, carpools

• D.

200, carpools, motorcycle

B. 200, bicycle, bicycle
Explanation
When you are making a right turn and are within 200 feet of the corner or other driveway entrance, you must enter the bicycle lane only after ensuring there is no oncoming bicycle traffic, and then make the turn.

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• 43.

### Bicyclists have the same rights and responsibilities as vehicle and motorcycle drivers.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
This statement is true because in many jurisdictions, bicyclists are considered to be vehicles and are subject to the same traffic laws as drivers of cars and motorcycles. This means that they have the right to use the road and must follow the same rules, such as stopping at red lights and yielding to pedestrians. Bicyclists also have the responsibility to signal their turns, ride in the same direction as traffic, and obey all other traffic laws. Therefore, they have the same rights and responsibilities as vehicle and motorcycle drivers.

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• 44.

### When passing a bicyclist, you should have at least ____ between you and the bicyclist.

• A.

3 feet

• B.

3 second

• C.

4 feet

• D.

4 second

A. 3 feet
Explanation
When passing a bicyclist, it is recommended to have at least 3 feet of distance between you and the bicyclist. This distance is important to ensure the safety of both the driver and the bicyclist. It allows the bicyclist enough space to maneuver and prevents any potential collisions or accidents. Maintaining a safe distance also helps to avoid startling or intimidating the bicyclist, promoting a more comfortable and respectful sharing of the road.

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• 45.

### Signal about ____ feet before making a left turn.

• A.

200 feet

• B.

300 feet

• C.

500 feet

• D.

100 feet

D. 100 feet
Explanation
When making a left turn, it is important to signal in advance to alert other drivers and pedestrians of your intentions. The correct answer of 100 feet indicates that you should start signaling approximately 100 feet before making the left turn. This gives other road users enough time to react and adjust their driving accordingly, promoting safety on the road.

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• 46.

### Before making a left turn at a green light, you should:

• A.

Look left, then right, and then left again

• B.

Look right, then left, and then right again

• C.

Look left, then right, and then right again

• D.

Look right, then left, and then left again

A. Look left, then right, and then left again
Explanation
Before making a left turn at a green light, it is important to ensure that there are no oncoming vehicles or pedestrians that could potentially cross your path. By looking left first, you can check for any immediate threats coming from that direction. Then, looking right allows you to verify if there are any vehicles approaching from the opposite direction. Finally, looking left again ensures that there are no new hazards that may have entered your path since your initial check. This sequence of looking left, then right, and then left again helps to minimize the risk of a collision while making a left turn.

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• 47.

### You may make a legal U-turn: (Click all that apply.)

• A.

Across a double yellow line when it is safe and legal

• B.

In front of a fire station.

• C.

In a residential district

• D.

If there are no vehicles approaching you within 200 feet

• E.

On a divided highway, only if an opening is provided in the center divider

• F.

At or on a railroad crossing

A. Across a double yellow line when it is safe and legal
C. In a residential district
D. If there are no vehicles approaching you within 200 feet
E. On a divided highway, only if an opening is provided in the center divider
Explanation
You may make a legal U-turn across a double yellow line when it is safe and legal because this indicates that it is permissible to cross the double yellow line under certain circumstances. In a residential district, you can make a legal U-turn because there may be less traffic and lower speed limits in these areas. If there are no vehicles approaching you within 200 feet, you can make a legal U-turn as it ensures that you have enough space and time to safely execute the maneuver. On a divided highway, you can make a legal U-turn only if an opening is provided in the center divider, as this allows for a safe and controlled movement.

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• 48.

### When parked uphill near a curb, which way should you turn your wheels?

• A.

Turn your front wheels away from the curb

• B.

Turn your front wheels towards the curb

A. Turn your front wheels away from the curb
Explanation
When parked uphill near a curb, turning your front wheels away from the curb is the correct answer. This is because when the wheels are turned away from the curb, it allows the vehicle to roll away from the curb if the brakes fail or if it is accidentally bumped. This helps to prevent the vehicle from rolling into traffic or causing damage to other parked vehicles.

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• 49.

### What colors are painted curbs?

• A.

White

• B.

Green

• C.

Brown

• D.

Orange

• E.

Yellow

• F.

Purple

• G.

Red

• H.

Blue

A. White
B. Green
E. Yellow
G. Red
Explanation
White, green, yellow, red, and blue.

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• 50.

### What are white painted curbs used for?

• A.

Do not park in this area

• B.

Stop only long enough to pick up or drop off passengers or mail

• C.

Stop only long enough to pick up mail

B. Stop only long enough to pick up or drop off passengers or mail
Explanation
White painted curbs are used to indicate areas where stopping is allowed only for a short duration to pick up or drop off passengers or mail. This is typically seen in busy areas where parking is restricted to ensure smooth traffic flow.

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